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μήν instead of the usu. “καὶ μήν” (526).

νέατον, ‘youngest and last,’ Megareus being dead (1303): cp. 807τὰν νεάταν ὁδόν”; so 808, Ai. 1185. As applied

to a person, “νέατος” could not be said of a sole survivor unless he was also the latest-born. γέννημ᾽: cp. 471 n.

ἀχνύμενος with μόρον as internal acc.: cp. Il. 5.361ἄχθομαι ἔλκος”.

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